In a reaction to public outcry Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig announced today at a news conference that the league office is looking into a ban on player's latest congratulatory trend of scrotum sack cupping.
"We are looking into the legality of their latest trend. And whether or not we in the office have a right to ban it," said Selig. "Until we are done our official stance is that we are currently frowning on the act."
"Boys will be boys you know," said John Rockster, who is credited with the first scrotum cupping in a Major League game. "We're just playing around, it's like checking the nut size. You know nut size has always been directly proportional to the size of a man's bravery, I mean everyone knows that.
There has been much out cry from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Against Scrotum Sack Handling On Live Entertainment Stations (ASSHOLES) for the past few months as the new act threatens the High Five as the most prevalent way to say "Hey, good job."